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    Ahmad Ahmad Zai commented  · 

    Pashtuns are the oldest dwellers of Afghanistan and the Pashto language is the oldest spoken language in Afghanistan.
    At first, this unfair mistake by MS company gives a message of the inconvenience of MS company.

    The MS company should change the correspondence and version of the Pashto language to the Afghani language because;

    1.The number of native speakers of the Pashto language in Pakistan is getting decrease and the Pakistani government does not allow Pashtuns to study their native language at schools. Moreover, they do not have a Pashto curriculum for Pashtuns in Pakistan (schools and colleges) and the recent conflicts in Pakistan especially in Khyber Pakhtun Khwa province were the cause of acquiring language and cultural rights from the Pakistan government.

    2.In comparison with the Afghanistan government, the Pakistan government does not strive and invest in the Pashto language. In fact, without Peshawar University, no university in Pakistan teaches Pashto literature. However, learning the Pashto language in Afghanistan universities is compulsory and the Afghan government invests and works hard to develop the Pashto language.

    3.In this manner, the typists and readers of the Pashto language are more in Afghanistan as compare to Pakistan because the Pashto language is the official language in Afghnaitnat but not in Pakistan.

    Due to all these and other reasons, the MS company should change the Pashto keyboard and relation of the Pashto language to the Afghani language. If the MS company does not step up to do so and our problems with the Pakistani Pashto keyboard continue, we will be compelled to find an alternative way.

    Thank you

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